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Cricket - England v India

10 July 2014 - 03:34 PM

England don't really seem to like finishing off their opponents.


Can you imagine any other test nation where the local club's groundsman would be allowed to prepare a dead pitch to keep the money-men happy in a 5 day test?

Daily Mail (I've lost count of the part number)

09 July 2014 - 09:08 AM

George Clooney hits back at the Mail for a dangerous article

Rant of the day - bills

02 July 2014 - 08:50 AM

Why is it that big bills always come at the same time?  Two days after I spent a small fortune on a holiday booking my car decides it wants to be a diva again and fail.  The bloody electronic unit in the gearbox died a death while driving, the cheapest bill if it can be repaired comes to around £1000, the most likely bill will be around £2000-£2500 if it has to be replaced.


And that just after a few other things needed replacement around the house.


For interest, the main Audi dealership are quoting a replacement price plus nice courtesy vehicle that's nearly 40% cheaper than any of the independent garages...

Another example of banking immorality

28 June 2014 - 01:48 PM

US funds threaten to ruin an entire country's economy so that some can make a nearly 2000% profit on Argentina's last default.  (The 2000% figure comes from another article I saw on a restricted site that showed some of the bonds were bought at about 5% of their original value at the last default).


There are many who say that morality has nothing to do with capitalism but I think we're at the point where a few heads need to be firmly smacked before the chase of this year's profit finally completely destroys tomorrow's financial future.


23 June 2014 - 02:27 PM

Quite enjoying Sri Lanka's batting today.  300 lead over England now.